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 Bustamante. M.C. et al.,(2015). Nitrogen management challenges in major watersheds of South  America.
Hernández, J. C. et al., (2015).  Determinación de la difusión efectiva de 222Rn en suelos agrícolas a partir de medidas de concentración de222Rn para estimar el transporte de gases de interés atmosférico.
Marquina, S. et al., (2014) "NO, N2O and CO2 soil emissions from Venezuelan corn fields under tillage and no-tillage agriculture"Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems.
Bustamante, M.C. et al., (2014), "Innovations for a sustainable future: rising to the challenge of nitrogen greenhouse gas management in Latin America“,.Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 9–10:73–81.
Rojas, L. et al., (2014), Theoretical modeling of surface functionalization of coronene by oxidation reactions with OH
 Erisman, J. W. et al., (2014). Chapter 51. Nitrogen Deposition Effects on Ecosystem Services and Interactions with other Pollutants and Climate Change. In: Nitrogen Deposition, Critical Loads and Biodiversity.
Austin,A. et al., (2013),Latin America’s Nitrogen Challenge.Policy Forum.Science.340, 12 April 2013.
Leal A. et al., (2011), Contribution to Early Holocene vegetation and climate history of Eastern Orinoco Llanos, Venezuela, from a paleoecological record of a Mauritia L.f. swamp.
Park, S. et al., (2011), Can N2O stable isotopes and isotopomers be useful tools to characterize sources and microbial pathways of N2O production and consumption in tropical soils?,Global Biogeochem. Cycles.
Rasse, R. et al., (2010). Dissolved inorganic nitrogen (DIN) fluxes from tropical rivers and wet atmospheric deposition to the Cariaco Basin, Venezuela
Pérez, T.* et al., "Effect of conversion of natural grassland to cropland on Nitric Oxide emissions from Venezuelan savanna soils. A four-year monitoring study",Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems.
Pérez, T.*, et al., (2006). Determination of N2O isotopic composition (15N,18O and N2O isotopologues) and15N enrichment factors of N2O formation via nitrification and denitrification from incubated Amazon forest soils.
Pérez, T.* et al., (2005). Factors that Control the Isotopic Composition of N2O from Soil Emissions. In Stable Isotopes and Biosphere-Atmosphere Interactions: Processes and Biological Controls. 
Pérez, T.*, et al., (2001), .Identifying the agricultural imprint on the global N2O budget using stable isotopes.
Pérez, T.* et al., . Isotopic variability of N2O emissions from tropical forest soils,Global Biogeochemical Cycles.
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